Resources for postgraduate students
Where to find what you need throughout your time here as a postgraduate student.
The Engineering Student Centre
Your first point of contact for any enquiries you have about your programme, courses or the support services we have within our faculty. Find out more.
University postgraduate support services
Get information on the personal, academic and financial support available throughout University. Find out more.
Undertaking your research
A guide to intricate policy matters and procedures relevant to postgraduate study. Find out more.
High-performing Part IV students and postgraduates are invited to express their interest in becoming a Graduate Teaching Assistant or Teaching assistant. Apply now.
Resources for PhD students
Policies and guidelines on research, funding, and fees for PhD students. Find out more.
All the instructions and information you'll need about our hardware and software facilities for all students. Find out more.
Engineering postgraduate students are generally entitled to building access between 7am and midnight, seven days a week. Access to specific labs and facilities will be based on your programme needs and specifications, and is thus subject to your department's approval and safety policies. Find out more.
Health and safety
Ensure that you're familiar with our faculty and University's health and safety policies. Find out more.
Libraries and Learning Services
The University of Auckland's Libraries and Learning Services provides resources and services to meet our research, teaching and learning needs. Find out more.
Regulations, results, and what to do if you've missed a test or assignment. Find out more.
University Health and Counselling offers primary healthcare and counselling services to all students. Find out more.
Second-hand books are sometimes available at the beginning of each semester. Our campus bookshop, ubiq (formerly UBS), provides a limited number of second-hand textbooks to be purchased in person. You can also check the notice boards throughout the faculty, or online retailers. Find out more about ubiq.
Clubs, networks and associations
A variety of social, academic and interest-based clubs and associations are run by engineering students, for engineering students to meet each other and network outside of formal study. Find out more.
The University of Auckland Calendar is an official annual publication that details all your programme and course requirements. Find out more.
MyAucklandUni student portal
The student portal contains personalised information, including your calendar, timetables, email notifications, course updates, library information, financial information and personal details. Find out more.
Our Associate Deans (Postgraduate) can provide assistance with matters on policy and developmental oversight. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To get advice on specific course offerings, research projects and potential supervisors, contact a departmental postgraduate adviser.
Engineering Student Development and Engagement team
Our faculty The student engagement team supports students from Orientation through to employment, and runs initiatives for those with specific needs. Find out more.
The Auckland University Student Association (AUSA) provides academic, financial and general assistance. They can offer advice on issues such as enrolment and academic challenges, financial assistance and support for disciplinary issues. Advocacy is available by emailing email@example.com. Find out more.
The University Proctor mediates disputes – both academic and personal – along with any allegations of bullying or harassment. Find out more.
More contacts for support
Fees and money matters
The University of Auckland website provides information on fees, student loans and allowances, and any help that is available for financial hardships. Find out more.
Scholarship and funding
Get extra information on what internal and external funding options are available, or search for a scholarship for engineering students. Find out more.
The Postgraduate Research Student Support scheme is designed to assist students undertaking a research masters or PhD programme with specific costs. Find out more.